Cherokee County Kansas Queries

 

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Queries April - June 2003



Archer, Benoist, Brackney, Burrows, Carpenter, CONNER, dean, Dean, Drane, Dutch Hollow, Haigh, Harris, HOBBS, Houston, Jopling, Marlett, Marsh, May, McDaniel, McLahlan, Rakes, Snider, WILSON, Young


Topic: McLahlan
From: Ann McCafferty amm6353@aol.com
Date: Monday, June 30, 2003 08:54 AM

Hi, I am looking for any information regarding James McLahlan in the 1890-1910 time frame! I know he came from Missouri to Galena, Kansas! Thanks again!


Topic: Haigh, May, Young
From: barbara haigh lucyana@telepak.net
Date: Wednesday, June 18, 2003 09:42 PM

I am researching John T.Haigh who settled in the Cherokee-Crawford Co. area in 1888. He married Margaret May.
Would like to share info with anyone who is researching the Haighs, Mays, or Youngs.
Thanks.


Topic: Benoist
From: Mary Riseling riseling@famvid.com
Date: Tuesday, June 10, 2003 09:45 PM

I'm trying to find information on a Joseph Benoist who I believe was living in Baxter Springs in 1868. From the information I have he had a hardware/furniture business under the name Benoist & Riseling. If anybody has any information or any idea where I might find more information, please contact me at the e-mail address below.

Mary Riseling
riseling@famvid.com


Topic: Alfred D. WILSON family
From: Barbara Lenox-Garet barbgaret@aol.com
Date: Sunday, June 08, 2003 12:30 PM

Seeking information on Alfred D. Wilson, b. Ohio 1820,sp. Mary J. b. Ohio abt. 1820; daughters Laura and Jessie, both teachers, b. Illinois abt. 1855-1857. All living in Salamanca in 1880. Alfred may have been in Columbus in 1883. Any leads would be most appreciated.-- barbgaret@aol.com


Topic: HOBBS/CONNER marriage info
From: Margaret Johnson margaretsfamily@attbi.com
Date: Saturday, June 07, 2003 11:38 PM

Am looking for info on Emery (Emory) Hobbs married Aug. 15, 1918 in Weir, Cherokee, Kansas, to Minnie Jane Conner. Any info on these two people would be greatly appreciated.
Margaret
margaretsfamily@attbi.com

From: Deva Conner conner@gbta.net
Date: Wednesday, July 23, 2003 02:06 PM

wondering if you have found any info on a Minnie
Conner. Looking for info on any Conner who may be related to Samuel C. Conner.


Topic: Houston Family
From: Dennis Krebs losdak@cs.com
Date: Wednesday, June 04, 2003 11:30 AM

Looking for information about the Benjamin Houston Family, wife Sarah, children: Diana Maude (Shultz) and William Albert.


Topic: George Royal Burrows/ Mary Carpenter
From: Roy Burrows roy.burrows@lvcm.com
Date: Thursday, May 29, 2003 03:51 PM

I am trying to find my great grandfather's, George Royal Burrows b. 1841, d. March 30-1908,and or his wife's, Mary carpenter b.abt. 1855 obituaries. I think she died between 1885 and 1889. I think they died in or close to Cherokee Co. I am also trying to find a birth notice of their son William M. Burrows b.5-2-1883/4


Topic: Drane Family
From: Betty VanLeer bvl54@aol.com
Date: Saturday, May 24, 2003 07:57 AM

James Drane and his wife and children lived in this
county and apparently were miners near Galena.
James has been hard to find. Cany information
appreciated. Mary was a Gilbert from Rossville,
Illinois. Mary must have died in Kansas for James
died in Oregon. Please help.


Topic: dean family
From: joyce pearce ioke@comnett.net
Date: Saturday, May 10, 2003 05:02 PM

I am looking for family of Nehemiah Dean. May have gone by Nick or Nicolas. He is my great grandfather.My email address is ioke@comnett.net


Topic: John Jopling
From: Bruce Tomblin brulin@mindspring.com
Date: Tuesday, May 06, 2003 08:56 PM

I am looking for information on my great grand father John Jopling who I understand was killed in mining accident in Mineral Kansas in March of 1911. I am particularly interested in an obituary that notes his parents names and his place of birth.


Topic: Dutch Hollow
From: Alice Nance hanance@msn.com
Date: Sunday, May 04, 2003 02:43 PM

I am searching for information on Dutch Hollow. My grgrgrandmother's obit gave the place of death as Weir City. However, a relative said she died in Dutch Hollow. I would appreciate any information on Dutch Hollow - where it is located and possibly a short history. I can remember my dad talking about Dutch Hollow.
Alice Nance


Topic: Brackney
From: Terry Walker terjess@yahoo.com
Date: Saturday, May 03, 2003 09:53 PM

Searching for descendants of Elmer Brackney, born 1895 in AR, lived in Weir, Cherokee Co. KS circa 1920, 1930. Elmer was a son of John W. Brackney and Virginia Page of Benton Co. AR. What became of his parents?


Topic: Dean, Marsh
From: joyce pearce ioke@comnett.net
Date: Friday, May 02, 2003 08:27 PM

i read the quirie from lynn marcott.. in answer my great grandfather is nehemiah dean. Who is buried in Hosey Hill cemetary. If there is any body on this site that might know the deans or the the marsh,s. They lived in Weir kansas. Please email me.


Topic: Cherokee Co. McDaniel Family
From: Valerie Mullally vjmull@aol.com
Date: Friday, April 25, 2003 01:24 PM

I am looking for Taylor McDaniel and Lucy Crook McDaniel living in Lowell, Cherokee Co. KS between about 1870-1900.
They had William, Ann, James , John, Neal, Ella.


Topic: Older Archer Family Lines
From: Charles Archer charlesarcher@yahoo.com
Date: Thursday, April 24, 2003 02:47 PM

Would like to share information to anyone that has anything for the Archer line from Tenn. around the time of the Civil War that settled south eastern Cherokee County. This would include James T or Thomas Archer, his brothers or any descendants. My line is from James and Sarah, Sam and Missouri, George and Helen and John and Velma. Would like to branch that tree out. Any information would be great. (918) 542-1567 is my home phone.


Topic: Marlett-Snider-Rakes
From: Sharen Durler Pflughoeft pflughoeft@aol.com
Date: Monday, April 21, 2003 04:31 PM

My Great-Great Grandmother Arena Snider married Benjamin F. Marlett approximately around 1861 when she was 17 years old. Benjamin had joined with her family to come down to the Fort Scott and then Baxter Springs area from New York...her mother died as did a 4-year year old brother David and both were buried along the trail. After her dad died, Benjamin married Arena in order to help raise her 3 siblings....Wil, Alem, and Rebecca. Alem (1851-1935) buried at Brown's Grove Cemetery, Burdett, Ks., Rebecca married Enoch "Chord" Stone and both are buried at Old Soldiers Cemetery in Fort Dodge, Ks. Benjamin and Arena later had 3 children of their own...

John Barton Marlett (married Margaret Lucinda Moore)who had 5 childred - Vernal, Ben, Alice, Clara, Effie

Mary Lydia Marlett (born in 1867 had one child named Iva Marlett who married Marcus Rakes who in turn had 4 children all who lived in Cherokee County at least for a good part of their lives...Mildred Decie currently living in Ness City, Ks, Ray born 1907 died 1992, Walter, and Delbert.

Here's what I'm looking for:
1. Wil Snider
2. I beleive that Benjamin F. and Arena Snider are buried at Lowell Cemetery...so I'm looking to confirm that and find the names of their parents and siblings
3. In the Lowell Cemetery there is a Rakes grave marker that I need to know who is buried there (possibly parents of Marcus Rakes...Marcus is buried with Iva at Ness City)

Thanks to anyone who can lead me in the right direction.

Sharen Durler Pflughoeft (Mother is a Marlett)


Topic: Trying to find any info on Donnie Harris
From: NANCY WILLIAMS bojanego@hotmail.com
Date: Saturday, April 19, 2003 01:21 PM

Trying to find any info on Donnie Harris

 


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